2016 Hoopes Prize winners announced

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The Faculty of Arts and Sciences recently awarded the Hoopes Prize to 64 Harvard College seniors.

Given in recognition of outstanding scholarly work or research, the prize is funded by the estate of Thomas T. Hoopes ’19, who established it to “promote excellence in the art of teaching.” Awards are given both to undergraduates and to faculty members who supervised them.

In addition to the monetary prize, the winning papers or theses are bound and available at Lamont Library for two years.

A full list of recipients may be found here.